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It's not specifically about sports at all. I can talk about anything I want. Right now, I've already done a couple of episodes but we haven't officially started, and that will be happening next week. We were officially planning to start after Thanksgiving and making the official announcement but this last weekend, they had a live show, and a lot of rumors started flying around—who's leaving the show, who's joining the show—so they just wanted to make it clear, so they did an emergency announcement Monday morning.
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Barstool Sports is a satirical sports and men's lifestyle blog founded by David Portnoy in Milton, Massachusetts. History Barstool first launched as a print publication distributed in the Boston metropolitan area offering gambling advertisements and fantasy sports projections, but later expanded to encompass other topics. Portnoy will continue to run the site and retain complete creative control over the content. During the appearance, Kerns and Portnoy detailed the beginning of talks, when Kerns was put into contact with Portnoy via a mutual friend in former University of Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen.
Almost every other bit of square footage on the editorial floor is occupied by a dude at work — dudes carrying props, dudes spitting tobacco juice into plastic bottles, dudes typing up blog posts and tracking page views. The center of the space, marked by a giant menorah, operates as a full-time modular studio, pumping out all sorts of content: Barstool produces a Sirius XM radio show soon to be a whole channel , a growing list of podcasts and up to 90 blog posts a day. The dudes who make this stuff are uniformly young and white. At the other end of the office, a gaggle of dudes in impressively obscure jerseys hyped up a one-on-one basketball game between two bloggers called Smitty and Gay Pat. I sat down next to Noah Ives, a pale, slightly hunched intern, who was 21 and recently graduated from a communications program at Syracuse University.